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You own a bond that has a par value of
You own a bond that has a par value of
You own a bond that has a par value of $ 1,000 and matures in 5 years. It pays a 5 percent annual coupon rate. The bond currently sells for $ 1,100. What is the bond’s expected rate of return?
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